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The South Florida PGA would like to welcome the following new apprentices to the Section: Andrew Gerlach B-8 Jupiter Country Club Alan Stewart B-8 Admiral’s Cove Andrew Vertacnik B-8 Heritage Palms Golf&CC Rashad Wilson B-17 PGA Golf Club
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RINKER, SAN FILIPPO AND SABO QUALIFY FOR THE 74TH SENIOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
Congratulations to PGA members John Marschall and Rickey Murin who were all 186 Atlantis Boulevard elected to the Quarter Century Club of the PGA of America, an elite group of members Atlantis, FL / 33462 who have served the PGA with honor and pride for 50 years.
561-729-0544 / 561-729-0914 We offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of SFPGA Life Member Robert “Bob” Woodfin, who passed away at the age of 75 on September 4, 2012. We also offer our most heartfelt condolences to family and friends of Clarke E. EMAIL George, SGPGA Retired Life Member, who passed away at the age of 79 on Septem- firstname.lastname@example.org ber 30, 2012. George is survived by his wife June McHaney George.
The 24th Southworth Senior PGA Professional National Championship presented by Mercedes-Benz USA, took place October 11-14 at Creighton Farms in Aldie, Virgina, and River Creek Club in Leesburg, Virginia. Returning to prestigious event from the South Florida PGA were Ken Martin, Pete Oakley, Mike San Filippo, and Ed Sabo, all of which were exempt from qualifying. In addition, the South Florida PGA Senior Section Champion, John Lee, Lee Rinker, Frank Dobbs, Jerry Tucker, Jim Karr, Gary Knapp, Gene Fieger, John Nelson, John Calabria and Michael Brooks also competed in this prestigious event. Rinker of Jupiter, who finished the four-day event with a total of 298, SanFilippo of Hobe Sound who fired a 4-round total of 298, and Sabo of Tequesta who posted a final 299 all qualified for the 74th Senior PGA Chamionship presented by Kitchen Aid, May 23-26, 2013 at Bellerive CC in St. Louis by finishing in the top 35. We offer them our highest congratulations for qualifying for this prestigious event. We also congratulate all participants who competed admirably representing the South Florida PGA in this year’s Senior Professional National Championship.
Brian Peaper, PGA
VICE PRESIDENT Warren Bottke, PGA
Mark VanDyck, PGA
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Steve Cox, PGA
SOUTHERN CHAPTER PRESIDENT Dick McNeill, PGA
CHAPTER PRESIDENT GOLF INDUSTRY SEMINAR AT PGA SOUTHEAST Neil Lockie, PGA NATIONAL RESORT FEATURES JOE STERANKA, JACK NICKLAUS, AND SOUTHWEST CHAPTER PRESIDENT DONNA ORENDER Ben Bryant Jr., PGA
The first Golf Industry Seminar, supported by E-Z-GO and hosted by the South Florida PGA in cooperation with the North Florida PGA, Florida Golf Course Superintendents ISLAND CHAPTER PRESIDENT Association, and the Florida Chapter Club Managers As- Brian Shaver, PGA sociation of America featured a great day of invaluable education and discussion with the golf industry’s top leaders in player development, Joe Steranka, Jack Nick- EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR laus, and Donna Orender. The seminar was conducted at Geoff Lofstead PGA National Resort and Spa on October 5th, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. ADVISORY BOARD Paul Anderson The morning began with a panel discussion with Joe Steranka, CEO of The PGA of America and Honorary PGA Member, and Jack Nicklaus, President of Nicklaus Golf Rick Bayliss Companies and World Golf Hall of Fame Member, was led by Russ Evans, director of Steve Sponder the Golf Exchange show presented by The Honda Classic. Discussion took place about Ken Kennerly growth of the game initiatives. Discussion developed about the direction of the indus- Matt Lambert try, and how to attract new players and retain the core consumers of the game. Later, Peter Lund Nicklaus Golf Companies spoke about how to maintain and improve golf facilities so that they are more sustainable for the future of the industry.
CHIP SHOTS After lunch, Jeff Barrett spoke on behalf of E-ZGO in regards to the advances in Golf Cart and Maintenance Vehicle design that has become highly sustainable and efficient. Finally, seminar attendees were educated by Donna Orender, President of Orender Unlimited, Consultant to The PGA of America, and former President of the WNBA. She spoke on how to better engage women at their facilities. Donna’s vibrant presentation was followed with a question and answer session. Attendees of this seminar had the incredible opportunity to engage in an interactive learning environment with the golf industry’s leading innovators and growth of the game leaders. The South Florida PGA extends a huge thanks to all of our Guest Speakers, seminar participants, PGA National Resort and Spa for hosting the seminar, as well as John Baughman, Nick Forest and Jeff Barrett from E-Z-GO for supporting this event.
DREW IS A DAD!! The South Florida PGA Tournament Director, Andrew Miller and his wife Nicole welcomed their very first child into the world this month. Baby Grayson was born on October 1st at 1:40 PM and was 21 inches long weighing 8 lbs 10 oz.
CONGRATULATIONS to Drew and his family on their new arrival!
THE MONTH A TRUE LEADER HAS THE CONFIDENCE TO STAND ALONE, THE COURAGE TO MAKE TOUGH DECISIONS AND THE COMPASSION TO LISTEN TO THE NEEDS OF OTHERS. HE DOESNT SET OUT TO BE A LEADER, BUT BECOEMS ONE BY THE QUALITY OF HIS ACTIONS AND THE INTEGRITY OF HIS INTENT. - ANON
TOURNAMENT NEWS LOST TREECHALLENGE CLUBCUP MATCHES SUPPORTED BY NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – South Florida PGA profession-
als won seven of the last eight singles matches Wednesday, October 17th, including the final five, enroute to a recordbreaking victory in the 32nd annual Challenge Cup matches. The 18-6 margin over the North Florida PGA at the Lost Tree Club topped the previous record by one-half point, a 17 ½ to 6 ½ win by the SFPGA in 2004 at Olde Florida in Naples. “Our guys played hard for two days,” said SFPGA non-playing captain John Nelson of Coral Springs. “The North Florida guys played well but our team did better.” Overall, the SFPGA now leads by 21-9 with two halved matches.
Up10-2 after Tuesday’s team matches, including a rare 6-0 sweep in the afternoon foursomes, the SFPGA received a scare early Wednesday as the NFPGA won three and halved one to pull within five points at 10 ½ to 5 ½.
(L-R) Alan Morin, Dan Heaslip, Dennis Meyer, Paul Scaletta, Jason Hrynkiw, Pete Oakley, John Nelson, Chad Kurmel, Lee rinker, Chris Kaufman, Richard Terga, Jay Westerlund
“I was really starting to worry,” Nelson said later, “But then Richard Terga won his match and our guys rolled from there.” Dennis Meyer of Estero scored the clinching point for SFPGA, beating Tom Stecker of St. Augustine 6 and 5 for a 12 ½ to 5 ½ lead. “I didn’t know that,” Meyer said later. “That’s pretty neat.” A senior who operates a golf academy, Meyer qualified to play in the open division. “I loved that, too,” he added. Each side was comprised of 12 players including two seniors 50 years and older. Generally, players were selected from points lists based on season-long playing achievements. Jack Binswanger of Sarasota was the NFPGA captain.
THE FOX CLUB SENIOR CHALLENGE CUP MATCHES HOSTED BY
PALM CITY, Fla. – South Florida PGA pros remained unbeaten Tuesday, October 2nd, winning for the seventh straight year in the Senior Challenge Cup matches against pros from the North Florida PGA Section. Playing a series of four nine-hole matches over two days at The Fox Club, the SFPGA won each session for a 20 ½ to 9 ½ victory. The 11-point margin was the widest in
South Florida won a two-man scramble during the morning of the first day, 4-1 with one halve; four-ball match play during the afternoon, 3-2 with a halve; 4-0 with two halves in foursomes the morning of the second day of the event; and 7-4-1 in singles during the afternoon play. Billy Ziobro of Palm Beach Gardens was captain of the SFPGA, Alex Romanoff, Valkaria, the playing captain for the NFPGA. Each team was comprised of 12 PGA professionals 50 years and older.
(L-R Front Row)Jerry Impellettiere, Mike San Filippo, Dennis Meyer, Bill Ziobro, Ken Martin, Pete Oakley, Louie Bartoletti (L-R Back Row) Roger kennedy, Lee Rinker, Gene Fieger, Ed Sabo, Bob Menne, Jerry Tucker
The 32nd annual Challenge Cup is scheduled Oct. 16-17 at the Lost Tree Club in North Palm Beach. The SFPGA leads 20-9 with two halved matches. Each side has two seniors and 10 in the open division.
GREY OAKS CC WOMEN’S PRO-PRO SUPPORTED BY NAPLES, Fla. - Due to inclement weather the 2nd Annual Women’s Pro Pro Championship originally set to be held June 25th was postponed to October 3rd. This event was hosted by Grey Oaks Country Club on the Palm Course. Patty Kuehner, PGA Assistant Golf Professional at Gulf Harbour Yacht & Country Club and Brittany Bertilson, LPGA Assistant Professional at Naples National Golf Club were champions of the event firing a two under par round 70.
This best ball eighteen hole event featured twenty-two teams of PGA and LPGA Professionals from all across South Florida. Along with the event a closest-to-the hole contest supported by Global Golf Sales was held on the sixth hole. Andrea Drake, PGA Teaching Professional at Quail West Golf Club knocked her tee shot to 5 feet to win the contest. Finishing in a close second was Jackie Kaufman, PGA Teaching Professional at Boca Rio Golf Club whose ball came to rest 8 feet 4 inches from the hole.
Patty Kuehner, Brittany Bertilson, and Karl Bublitz
In addition to our closest-to-the-hole contest congratulations go to Terrie Weisse, LPGA Teaching Professional at the Sanctuary Golf Club for her ace on hole number 2! Terrie knocked her eight iron 130 yards right into the hole. Thank you to Karl Bublitz, PGA and the rest of the Grey Oaks Country Club professional staff for hosting the event.
NAPLES BEACH CLUB NAPLES BEACH CLUB OPEN SUPPORTED BY NAPLES, Fla. - Pete Oakley, PGA Professional from Palm City
won the inaugural Naples Beach Club Senior Open Championship by one stroke today over fellow PGA Professional, Chris Campbell of Vero Beach. Oakley fired a final round 68 for a three day total of 207, nine under par. First and Second round leader, Campbell shot a final round 75 to finish alone in second place. Oakley carded four birdies on the day including three on the inward nine. Finishing tied for third place (209) were PGA Professional’s Ed Sabo of Tequesta and Mike Dopslaff of Naples. Dopslaff had the low round of the day, firing a seven under par 65.
the Year honors.
In addition to winning the first Naples Beach Club Senior Open Championship contested at the Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club, Pete Oakley also wrapped up South Florida PGA Senior Player of
PGA Professional, Roger Kennedy, of Stuart won the 65-74 division by six strokes. Kennedy lead wire to wire and wrapped up the victory today with a three round total of 216, even par. Wes Smith, PGA Professional of Naples finished second. The field at the Naples Beach Club Senior Open Championship is comprised of 109 Professionals and Amateurs from around the state of Florida. A big thank you to Naples Beach Club for hosting and supporting the event.
George Willard, Head PGA Professional, Pete Oakley, Steve Sim, Low Amateur
JUNIOR TOUR NEWS PRESENTED BY
HOBE SOUND GOLF JUNIOR CLUB TOUR #14 HOBE SOUND, Fla. - Dominick Vennari of Stuart claimed his first Overall Boys title with a two-shot victory. Vennari had a two-day score of 145. Anthony Gabriele of Wellington won the Boys 16-18 division with a two-day score of 147. Zachary Smith of Palm Beach Gardens finished second with a 149. Kevin Fertel came in third with a 150. Shamshad Ali of Palm Beach Gardens claimed the Boys 14-15 title by shooting a 153. Shoenfelt finished with a 2-day score of 140. Finishing second with a 154, was Jake Holt of Jupiter. Coming in third with a 156 was Josh August of Boynton Beach. Radi Sauro of Lake Worth claimed her first Girls Overall title with a 6 shot lead over the field. Sauro finished with a 144. For the Girls 16-18 division, Alexandra Papell of Boca Raton finished first with a 150. Finishing second with a 152, was Claudia De Antonio of Weston. Janelle Johnson of Royal Palm Beach finished third with a 155. In the Girls 14-15 division, Kaely Krayeski of Wellington won by four strokes, with a 156. Mary Janiga of Wellington finished second with a 160. Coming in third with a 162 was Emily Faulkner of Palm City.
Radi Sauro, Tom Yeager, Head PGA Professional, and Shamshad Ali
Michael Checo of Boca Raton claimed his first Boys 12-13 title with a 153. With a 156, Anthony Muttillo of Boca Raton came in second place. Tying for third place with scores of 157 were: Brandon Rinaldi of Stuart, Reece Kornfeld of Jupiter, and Evan Hoppenstein of Boca Raton. Claiming her sixth Girls 12-13 title of the year was Valeria Sofia from Hallandale Beach, with a 151. Finishing second with a 163 was Andie Shukow of Boca Raton. Coming in third from Davie, was Georgette Garcia with a 173. Big thank you goes to Head PGA Golf Professional Tom Yeager and the rest of his professional staff for hosting this event.
OLD MARSH GOLF JUNIORCLUB TOUR #15 PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL - The South Florida PGA Junior Tour presented by the Honda Classic hosted Event #15 at Old Marsh Golf Club, October 20-21, in our third all boys event of the year. After an exciting four-hole playoff Connor O’Rouke of Jupiter won his first Overall Title firing a 71 in the final round. O’Rouke’s total of 144 placed him in a three way tie against Michael Anderson of Parkland and Charlie Kennerly of Jupiter. Michael Anderson of Parkland took first place after losing the fourth playoff hole. Coming in second after a scorecard playoff was Anthony Gabriele of West Palm Beach, and in third was Jake Williams of Jupiter. Charlie Kennerly of Jupiter took home first place in the Boys 14-15 division. Finishing second was David Giandomenico of Boynton Beach shooting a 153, and in a tie for third was Jake Holt of Jupiter and Ford Malmin of West Palm Beach who both fired 156. Huge thanks to Tom Dyer, Head PGA Professional at Old Marsh Golf Club, and the rest of his professional staff for hosting this event. Tom Dyer, PGA and Connor O’Rouke
RULES WITH DREW RULE 26-APPENDIX 1ZONE DROP A few weeks back, the Section conducted if it rolls and comes to rest in a position covered by the inaugural Naples Beach Club Senior Open Rule 20-2c(i-vi). Championship at The Naples Beach Hotel and (f) The dropped ball may roll nearer the hole than Golf Club. For those of you who are familiar with the spot where it first struck a part of the course, the golf course you know that the two par threes provided it comes to rest within two clublengths of on the front side have water hazards fronting the that spot and not into any of the positions covered greens. In treating them both as regular water by (e). hazards, yellow line, I established dropping zones (g) Subject to the provisions of (e) and (f), the on the forward tees to give the players an additiondropped ball may roll and come to rest nearer the al relief option under Rule 26-1. On two separate hole than: occasions I watched as players passed up the drop •its original position or estimated position (see Rule zone and proceeded to drop their ball in what 20-2b); seemed to be a very unfavorable position. In one •the nearest point of relief or maximum available particular instance a player decided to drop his ball relief (Rule 24-2, 25-1 or 25-3); or in 8 inch rough rather than use the closely mown •the point where the original ball last crossed the drop zone. Later I watched as another player actumargin of the water hazard or lateral water hazard ally dropped his ball on the side of the hill leading (Rule 26-1). up to the teeing ground in which the drop zone was located. Yes, he actually dropped his ball resulting Given the fact that you can establish drop zones in a side hill lie. Both players proceeded correctly for many circumstances, it is important to note that Andrew Miller under Rule 26-1b, “Drop a ball behind the water there are scenarios when a drop zone is not permitTournament Director ted by the Rules. For instance, Decision 33-8/2 asks, hazard, keeping the point at which the original ball last crossed the margin of the water hazard directly “The design of a hole is such that a player must hit between the hole and the spot on which the ball is dropped, with no the ball about 100 yards in order to carry a water hazard. A Local limit to how far behind the water hazard the ball may be dropped.” Rule has been adopted to assist players who cannot drive over the Had they not proceeded correctly and dropped in a wrong place, I hazard by allowing them to drop a ball, under penalty of two strokes, could have helped them out under Rule 20-6. But as it turned out in a dropping zone that is located across the hazard. Is such a Local they had proceeded correctly and their ball was in play. As I watched Rule authorized? No. Such a Local Rule substantially alters Rule 26these players proceed under Rule 26-1 I wondered why they had not 1b as it allows the player to drop a ball on a part of the course (i.e., used the drop zone? Did they not know there were drop zones? Did on the green side of the water hazard) that the Rule would not have they not know how to properly use the drop zone? permitted him to reach. Furthermore, the penalty for taking relief under the water hazard Rule (Rule 26) is one stroke, and may not be The committee establishes drop zones for many reasons in increased to two strokes by a Committee through a Local Rule - see addition to relief under Rule 26-1. Appendix I states, “If the commitRule 33-8b.” tee considers that it is not feasible or practicable to proceed in accordance with a Rule providing relief, it may establish dropping zones.” It is also important to note that just because you have a Drop zones are created for relief from immovable obstructions, abhazard marked as a water hazard, (yellow line) that doesn’t necesnormal ground conditions, dangerous situations and TIO’s to name a sarily mean you need or are required to establish a drop zone. The few. In addition to knowing of their existence, the player should also standard I try to adhere to is if a player proceeding under Rule 26-1b be familiar with the provisions associated with using them. Appendix would be required to drop his ball off the course or in an area I conI of the Rules of Golf states, “When using a sider grossly unfair, I usually establish a dropping zone the following provisions apdrop zone. However, there have been ply regarding the dropping and re-dropping circumstance where I haven’t used one of the ball: and I just allow the player to proceed under 26-1 a or b. With that being the (a) The player does not have to stand case, sometimes the only option availwithin the dropping zone when dropping able to the player would be to drop a the ball. ball on the spot from which the player (b) The dropped ball must first strike a part last played, Rule 26-1a. of the course within the dropping zone. (c) If the dropping zone is defined by a In most cases drop zones are line, the line is within the dropping zone. created to simplify a rules situation ul(d) The dropped ball does not have to timately benefitting the player by being come to rest within the dropping zone. the best option available under a given (e) The dropped ball must be re-dropped Rule.
FOUNDATION NEWS THE SOUTH FLORIDA PGA FOUNDATION’S PUTTING GREEN SCORES WITH JOE DIMAGGIO CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
The South Florida PGA Foundation recently scored a “hole in one” with patients at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital when it partnered with Great Greenz to install an Astroturf putting green on the facility’s fourth floor. The winning stroke was part of an ongoing South Florida PGA program, called “Smiling Fore Life.” Initiated in May, 2010, this effort has brought PGA Professionals to the Hollywood hospital every Tuesday afternoon to teach pediatric patients the basics of golf. “Smiling Fore Life provides a welcome distraction to young patients from personal and medical hardships they may be facing,” said Geoff Lofstead, Executive Director of the South Florida PGA. “It also allows the patients to learn a fun activity they can play at any age.” “We opened our freestanding facility with the theme of ‘power of play’ because we appreciate the value of letting a kid be a kid, even in the hospital setting,” said Nick Masi, director of Family Centered Care at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. “The putting green is a perfect addition to an already well-received program.” Smiling Fore Life, now supported by the Florida Golf License Plate Program, was first developed as a means of providing PGA Professionals with an opportunity to touch the lives of individuals in South Florida. Since the program started at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, it has grown leaps and bounds. Today, nine PGA Professionals visit four south Florida children’s hospitals weekly, teaching young patients and visitors the game of golf. “What we have accomplished to date would have seemed unimaginable two years ago,” said Tom Wildenhaus, president, South Florida PGA Foundation. “All the PGA Professionals who volunteer at Joe DiMaggio are very excited about the installation of the putting green. Perhaps during our Tuesday visits, we’ll uncover a future PGA Professional.”
SFPGA EXPANDS SMILING FOR LIFE PROGRAM
This fall the South Florida PGA Foundation will once again be making an expansion to the Smiling Fore Life program. A program which began in May of 2010 at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, will now be offered at five hospitals throughout the Section, with the addition of Miami Children’s and the Quantum House this fall. Thanks to PGA Professionals, Dave Pesacov, Jack Carney, Sebastian Camillo, Gayle Leslie, and Renee Trudeau for their assistance in making this expansion possible. For more information about Smiling Fore Life click here. About Quantum House: Quantum House is a caring and supportive home that lessens the burden for families whose children are receiving treatment in Palm Beach County for a serious medical condition. Quantum House is a proud member of the National Association of Hospitality Houses. About Miami Children’s Hospital: A world leader in pediatric healthcare, with a medical staff of more than 650 physicians and over 3,500 employees, the hospital is renowned for excellence in all aspects of pediatric medical care from birth through adolescence. Miami Children’s Hospital offers more than 40 pediatric specialties and subspecialties, and is home to Florida’s only freestanding pediatric trauma center. Miami Children’s Hospital goal is to provide the best pediatric healthcare in the world.
FOXFIRE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MAKES GENEROUS DONATION
The Foxfire Community Association in Naples, with the support of Head PGA Professional Donald Shea, has made a very generous $3,000 donation to the South Florida PGA Foundation to help support the worthwhile charities and programs that it promotes through charitable gifting and ongoing participation. We thank them for this wonderful gift and for the opportunity to use this donation to better our programs, improve operations, and expand our impact in our South Florida Community.
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HOW CAN YOU GIVE BACK? PGA GOLF DAY
PGA Golf Day is a great way to get involved with the South Florida PGA Foundation and help support the programs that the Foundation supports throughout the South Florida community. What is PGA Golf Day? The PGA Golf Day was established by PGA Professionals in the South Florida Section PGA to raise money for special causes through the South Florida Section PGA Foundation. PGA Professionals and friends of the SFPGA will play 100 holes of golf, all in 1 day, 1 ball, and 1 hole at a time. Participants will request donations to support their chosen charity as well as various initiatives supported by the Foundation. For complete details on how the program works CLICK HERE.
TICKETS FORE CHARITY Each year the World Golf Championship Cadillac Championship at TPC Blue Monster at Doral supports local charities through a program called “Tickets FORE Charity”. This program allows individuals to purchase discounted tickets to the event with 100% of the proceeds benefiting one of the participating charities and The First Tee. For more information about this program click here. To purchase your 2013 World Golf Championship Cadillac Championship ground ticket for just $20 or a weekly clubhouse ticket for just $115 today CLICK HERE and use SCORE (case sensitive) and select the South Florida PGA Foundation as the benefiting charity!
BIRDIES FOR CHILDREN
Directions for purchasing: - Go to www.buytfc.com - Choose The World Golf Championship -Cadillac Championship at Doral – March 6-10 box - Then on the left side of the page click “buy tickets” under WGC – Cadillac - From there please proceed using the following promotion code: SCORE
Birdies for Children allows The South Florida PGA Foundation an opportunity to team up with The Honda Classic offering their donor base a chance to win a 2012 Honda Insight hybrid while the Foundation receives 100% of the proceeds plus a 10% matching donation courtesy of The Honda Classic. How To Donate and Guess the Birdies: Make a donation of $20 or more to any participating Birdies for Children and then guess the total number of birdies that will be made by the entire field in the four rounds of the 2012 Honda Classic. CLICK HERE to download a pledge form today, or CLICK HERE for more information.
TOAST TO HUMANITY In 2011 the South Florida PGA Foundation has partnered with Toast to Humanity to help create awareness at our facilities about the Foundation while raising funds to help support Foundation activities. Toast to Humanity a not-for-profit, service organization that works at the center of a value chain – leveraging the purchasing power of consumers and the marketing power of brands to raise support for humanitarian causes. Service is a cornerstone of the Toast to Humanity model.Moving forward the South Florida PGA Foundation and Toast to Humanity will look to conduct wine tasting events at local South Florida facilities with proceeds on the wine sold benefiting the South Florida PGA Foundation. Thank you to Grey Oaks Country Club and Quail Valley Golf Club for hosting our first two wine events!
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Published on Oct 31, 2012